100th Day of School

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100 photos from the 100th day of school

Posted February 20, 2017

Students in Plymouth School District elementary schools recently celebrated the milestone 100th day of school with a variety of counting and math activities.

At Fairview Elementary School, kindergartners and first-graders kicked off their celebration with a 100th day song in the gym and the collection of 100 cans food for the Plymouth Food Pantry. They then were divided into multi-age groups to move through four stations:

  • Working in teams on a STEM activity to build structures using 100 plastic cups.
  • Creating a snack mix with 10 pieces of 10 different snack foods.
  • Decorating 100th day crowns.
  • Writing about what they’ve learned during the first 100 days of school and what they will be doing 100 years from now.

At Parkview Elementary School, kindergartners brought 100 related items from home, then counted them into 10 groups of 10. First-graders in Amy Kolpin’s class worked with their third-grade buddies in Sara Lee’s class on a STEM activity that involved recording the results of flipping a coin 100 times.

At Horizon Elementary School, students in all grades dressed like they were 100 years old. Each classroom also engaged in additional number-related activities.